I really enjoyed the first and second God’s Not Dead movies so I was excited to be offered the opportunity to watch and review the 3rd one!
It’s always hard to decide what I can say about a movie without giving away any spoilers but I’ll give it my best.
Times, they are a-changing. Pastor Dave’s church has been on the university grounds for generations but we now live in a society where many people believe that public property has no room for God. The university doesn’t want to risk offending anyone by seeming to favour one religion over others, and the land the church is on could be used for so many other student resources.
Pastor Dave is struggling to keep the doors open when a devastating fire pushes him to question God’s ways.
This movie may not have the latest special effects but it definitely has an effect on the hearts of those who watch it. Sometimes we just can’t understand why things happen the way they do. And we live in a world where everyone is desperate for hope and unity, but with so much opposition to the idea that there is only one truth and it seems to offend so many. How can we be a light when the darkness keep growing?
God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness reminds us of how God can work behind the scenes in ways that we can’t even begin to imagine, and that circumstances don’t change God’s character or promises.
DVD has been provided courtesy of Pure Flix and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.